A Commitment to Our Students

In 2015, 94% of Crown graduates received their diplomas without college debt.  Contrast this to the national norm, where 70% of 2015 graduates leave college with an average of nearly $30,000 in tuition debt.

Crown is committed to providing the financial counsel and assistance necessary to help students complete their program of study. We connect students with numerous sources of financial aid and guide them to make good financial decisions. We train students to be faithful stewards of their God-given resources, to work diligently, and to exercise faith in God’s provision.

Although Crown qualifies to receive Title IV federal funding, we choose not to accept such funding, due to the potential infringement of federal regulations that could jeopardize our unique mission and purpose. Because we are not dependent upon government funding, we work to keep a Christ-centered education affordable and make students aware of financial aid available to them.

Tuition, room and board, and fees per semester 

Undergraduate Dormitory Student
Full-time (12 to 18 credit hours)
Tuition, room/board, and fees:$6,560
Average scholarship award:-$1,000
Estimated semester total:$5,560
Approximate monthly payments:$765/month (based on $2,500 paid at registration)

Undergraduate Commuter Student
Full-time (12 to 18 credit hours)
Tuition and fees:$3,835
Average scholarship award:-$500
Estimated semester total:$3,335
Approximate monthly payments:$459/month (based on $1,500 paid at registration)

Graduate Commuter Student
Full-time (9 to 15 credit hours)
Tuition and fees:$4,635 (based on 15 credit hours)
Average scholarship award:-$900
Estimated semester total:$3,735
Approximate monthly payments:$556/month (based on $1,500 paid at registration)